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The structure of auxiliary speech parts in folklore texts

ABSTRACT Postposition, conjunction, particle are among the auxiliary parts of speech that are often used in folklore texts, manifest themselves in structurally variegated forms. The utilization of these speech units in different ways in terms of structure is primarily related to the situation of the text. A text is a piece of written speech, expression and all three auxiliary parts of speech are actively involved in the creation of macrotexts. Because the management feature in postposition is vividly, connectors act as the most flexible unit that connects text components as well as large texts, particules belong to a word, a phrase, a whole sentence, they manifest themselves in various forms in speech acts. There are discussions in Azerbaijani linguistics and some publications point out that there are two structural types of this auxiliary part of sp speech: 1) Simple postpositions 2) Compound postpositions Conjunctions, both repetitive and in combination with other conjonctions and by means of conjunction, give rise to new conjonctions and at this time, different shape, forms and structures of this auxiliary part of speech appear. Consider all these, conjunctions are structurally divided into three types: 1) Simple conjunction 2) Correction conjunction 3) Compound conjunction Conjunctions of all three types are actively involved in folklore texts. Expression of a syntactic connection in texts with several lexical units leads to the division of the syntactic load between several units, and in these cases, the conjunctions from all three structures play an significant role. The issue of structural types of customs as an auxiliary part of speech still remains a problem in Azerbaijani linguistics. Following the history of the study of particles, it is clear that although many articles and large-scale works are devoted to the study of this auxiliary part of speech in the modern Azerbaijani language, the question of specifying the structural types of this group of auxiliary words, in other words, their structural forms, has not yet been studied in detail in our linguistics. Only Professor Buludkhan Khalilov in his textbook "Morphology of the modern Azerbaijani language" showed that there are three types of particles - simple, corrective and complex and based on this classification, we also tried to briefly interpret the customs in folklore texts on the basis of this classification. In one word, the structure properties of the auxiliary speech parts which reflected in folklore texts are commented in the article and their structure types are appeared.

structure, folklore, text, situation, parts of speech


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